Shakshuka [Filler]  by rhoing

Shakshuka [Filler]

A Mediterranean dish from poaching eggs in a stew of tomatoes, peppers, onions, and spices, and usually served with white bread.

“It probably originated in Tunisia.

“Shakshouka dish is now a staple of Tunisian, Algerian, Egyptian, Moroccan, Somali, and Yemeni cuisines, and is also popular in Israel, where it was introduced largely by Tunisian Jews after the Jewish exodus from Arab lands.” —From It was deelish!

Looking back
  1 year ago: “Out of routine…”
 2 years ago: “Another won’t-miss-it item…”
 3 years ago: No post
 4 years ago: “Trivets”
 5 years ago: “Pussy willow”
 6 years ago: “In our pear tree — Happy Easter!”
 7 years ago: “Nothing fancy”
 8 years ago: “Common wax plant II”
 9 years ago: “Another ‘super ball’”
10 years ago: “Day 101”

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Looks delicious!
June 1st, 2021  
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